If you are looking for Free activities in Richmond | Wayne County, Indiana then you've come to the right place! Bring the whole family as you experience these free fun attractions and must do activities!
Cool off on a hot day at the splash pad! Refreshment area open weather permitting.
The Starr District, listed on the National Register, was developed from farmland bought by Charles and Elizabeth Starr from Jeremiah Cox, a Richmond founder. The land was subdivided into lots in the early 1850s and sold for residential construction. The homes reflect the early, middle, and late Victorian periods of architectural styles, as well as additions of early 20th century homes.
Get a glimpse of jazz artists and recordings of times past in our quaint gallery. Gift shop available.
Richmond is home to a collection of Louis Comport Tiffany stained glass windows. Four sites within a five block area offer a glimpse of this magnificent National Art Treasure.
Memorial Park contains memorials from the Civil War, WWI, WWII, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, Womens Memorial, Purple Heart Memorial and more all along the scenic Whitewater River. Two M3A3 Stuart tanks that once sat on the Wayne County courthouse property reside in the park as well. This beautiful memorial park was created by veterans for veterans.
The Wayne County "Hidden Treasures" Geocaching Trails takes you on a tour of some of the area's most prominent landmarks in an adventurous new way. A great family activity!
Along this newly paved trail through the historic gorge area, hikers, cyclists and nature lovers will be able to explore the geological and historical significance of the Whitewater Gorge, as well as its natural rugged beauty. Fossils found along the trail are from animals that lived about 450 million years ago on the bottom of a warm shallow sea that covered this area. Free.
Long before woolly mammoths roamed the frozen plains,
long before dinosaurs existed, Indiana was covered by a shallow sea teaming with life.
The fossils found in the Whitewater Valley give us some idea of what life was like in Indiana 445 million years ago.